From glaciers and waterfalls to epic wildlife and iconic views, Montana has loads to offer travelers and residents. But before you can partake of the metaphorical gold offered by the Treasure State as an allied health traveler, you'll need a valid Montana speech and language therapy license. Don't worry, we've done the work to make the process easy for you. Plus, we've put together some links and information about average Montana speech therapy salaries and SLP travel assignments in the state.
But if you need more help or other information, get in touch with us. Our mentors and recruiters can offer custom assistance to help you apply for your license and find a speech therapy travel job in Montana.
How to Get Your Montana Speech Therapy License
The Board of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists can take up to 2 months to process license applications, assuming you have exam and other requirements already covered. The average Montana speech therapy salary is less than it is across the nation, but because the cost of living in Montana is below the national average, the numbers can work out in your favor.
And money isn't the only reason to work in Big Sky Country. The state is full of exciting attractions, including Glacier National Park, and plenty of opportunities for hiking and skiing. The information here covers everything you need to obtain or renew your Montana speech and language therapy license, and you can reach out to Med Travelers for more help if you need it.
How long does it take to receive your speech therapy license in Montana?
It typically takes 1 to 2 months to receive your speech therapy license in Montana. This is average compared to other speech therapy licenses across the United States.
Montana speech therapy contact information
Board of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
P.O. Box 200513
Helena, MT 59620-0513
Phone: (406) 444-6880
Fax: (406) 841-2305
Montana Speech Therapy Salary Information
Being an allied traveler, especially with Med Travelers, comes with a lot of amazing benefits. That includes access to experienced recruiters and support staff, continuing education and even housing stipends. Plus, you can often earn more as a travel SLP than you can in traditional positions. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, SLP salaries in Montana average $72,500.
If life in Montana sounds like something you want to experience, consider travel therapy jobs in Montana. You can make a competitive salary, get other great benefits and meet new friends. Ready for the travel SLP lifestyle? Find out more at Med Travelers.